JAWS IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT: VIDEO: Is this massive creature a real life Megalodon or just world’s biggest Great White Shark?
TS enormous bulk could mean it is mistaken for a prehistoric megalodon, but this is possibly the world’s biggest ever great white shark caught on camera.
The more than 20 feet (nearly 7m) long sea beast was filmed by cage divers in Mexico.
The sheer scale of the monster fish is jaw dropping when seen next to the divers.
One, who was precariously on top of rather than in the cage, even patted it away after it approached the metal structure teeth bared.
The Megalodon was a now extinct prehistoric shark that grew to 60 feet or 20 metres and devoured whales, but some believe some specimens may have survived the extinctions and still lurk in the depths of the ocean.
The massive shark has actually been seen before and is nicknamed Deep Blue.
The latest sighting of her was in water near Mexico’s Guadalupe Island. It is estimated at 50 years old and thought to be one of the biggest in the world today.
The shark, who is estimated to be around 50 years old, is believed to be one of the largest great white sharks ever seen.
Shark researcher Mauricio Hoyos Padilla has been able to tag the shark.
He posted the new footage on facebook, saying: “I give you the biggest white shark ever seen in front of the cages in Guadalupe Island…Deep Blue.”
The shark gets nerve-rackingly close to the divers, but does not appear to show any aggression.
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